A completely free musical celebration across Chicago returns for its sixth annual event on the first day of summer and longest day of the year, featuring performances throughout the Chicago area.
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Presented by Rush Hour Concerts at St. James Cathedral, Make Music Chicago, a completely free musical celebration across Chicago returns for its sixth annual event on the first day of summer and longest day of the year, Tuesday, June 21. The event features 200 performances and participatory events across 100 locations in over 40 Chicago neighborhoods and suburbs from sunrise to sunset.Under the helm of Artistic Director and lauded pianist Kuang-Hao Huang, with the support from Executive Director Kitty Rothschild, Make Music Chicago includes performances at Millennium Park’s Wrigley Square, Maggie Daley Park and Pritzker Pavilion plus the Chicago Riverwalk, Chicago Symphony Center, Daley Plaza, Lyric Opera House, Lincoln Park Zoo, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Old Town School of Folk Music and over 30 Chicago Park District sites and many others. For a complete and up-to-the-minute list of events, including all play- and sing-alongs, visit http://makemusicday.org/listings/chicago